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in love with bruna who came to study fashion. the couple married two years later, settled in new jersey, and soon welcomed shawn into the world. friends admired the picture-perfect family. >> all three of them were beautiful. they looked like a fairy tale. >> and david formed a tight bond with the son he affectionately called his little buddy. >> what did you guys do together? >> what didn't we do together. we did everything. everything a father and son could do and then some. >> what are you going to do? >> but everything changed the day david drove bruna and shawn to the newark airport for what was supposed to be a two-week vacation in brazil. >> love, hugs, kisses. we did the thing i love you as we always did as they were walking through the jetway. >> but just days after he landed in brazil, she called david to say she was never coming back. >> our marriage is over. our love affair is over. i decided to stay in brazil. so clear she said this so unemotional. >> stunned, david demanded that bruna returns with shawn. but she refused and had demands. >> to sign away full custody of shaw
show tradition. jimmy had a little fun at the expense of the state of new jersey. >> the new survey found that mtv's "jersey shore" is actually not hurting new jersey's reputation at all. which raises an interesting question, how bad was new jersey's reputation before? where this did not hurt new jersey's reputation? i heard about a woman who is publishing 12 years of her own text messages in a new book. i don't want to ruin the ending but the last line is, hey, just thought of the dumbest idea for a book. [ applause ] >> i don't want to read that book. listen to this, a woman in colorado was arrested for groping a tsa agent last week. on the bright side, today she was offered a job with the tsa. it turned out good. it turned out pretty good. >> tonight jimmy welcomes actor/singer justin timberlake, actress rose byrne and singer emmy lou harris. 12:35, 11:35 central on your local nbc station. for old pro betty white, business is going to have to come before pleasure. white says she's flattered and appreciates the offer, but she can't go on a date to the marine ball because at the ti
million bail reduced. mark lugo is facing charges in new jersey for stealing $6,000 worth of wine. >> good morning. mark lugo remains behind bars. the state's attorney call him a flight rick saying he was a threat to public safety and calling his crimes brazen and order immediately he surrender his passport. >> he appeared in superior court before the honorable sam fang. they ordered not to videotape the accused. he asked a reduction in his bail. he is accused of stealing art from a san francisco art gallery. the july 5th theft of this pencil drawing worth more than $200,000 is believed to seen here in this video. a man identified as lugo is seen walking up geary. street. he was arrested next night in napa. sketch was found undamaged but ready to be shipped. a police raid on his new jersey apartment turned up half a million dollars in stnlt artwork among the pieces was pi wasso art. he is also charged with stealing $6,000 worth of wine from new jersey store. in requesting the bail reduction his attorney cide overhyped media reaction. >> no one got killed here. nobody was assaulted here. if
gallery with a $200,000 picasso. if you guessed, he was from hobok hoboken, new jersey, you won yourself money in the office pool. let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. with the august 2nd deadline just weeks away, lawmakers are preparing to work over the weekend on a possible deal. president obama said he and congressional leaders will reconvene at the white house on sunday. it comes after his meeting with those leaders yesterday, making a short statement in the briefing room, the president called the talks constructive but said both parties still have a lot of work to do. >> i want to emphasize that nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to. the parties are still far apart on a wide range of issues. i thought all the leaders came in a spirit of compromise n a spirit of wanting to solve problems. everybody acknowledged that there's going to be pain involved politically on all sides, but our biggest obligation is to make sure we're doing the right thing by the american people, creating an environment in which we can grow the economy and make s
through page 24, line 23. the chair: for what purpose does the gentleman from new jersey seek recognition? frelinghuysen freeming i ask unanimous consent that all -- mr. frelinghuysen: i ask unanimous consent that all members have five days to include extraneous material and i may include material on the same. the chair: the request must be made in the full house. any member -- for what purpose does the gentleman from mon tan anna rise? >> i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will designate the amendment. the clerk: amendment number 57 printed in the congressional record offered by mr. reberg of montana. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. i reserve the balance of my time. i reserve the balance of my time. this amendment directs 2.2 million of research development budget to the risk-based data management system. it's a state governmental agency based information system initiative to help states collect and aggregate essential oil, gas and environmental compliance information, local geology data, fresh water data, area production historical data and in
along with the dea in new jersey as undercover agents hit the streets in search of heroin. it didn't take long. >> the surveillance team is all set up. the undercover team will drive up, park his vehicle, walk up to the location. the seller will say, hey, what are you looking for? tell him what he's looking for. he'll make the buy. we'll jump out and make the arrest. with the black jacket on with the red stripe and the black hat. >> stand by. >> how much you want, 70. cool. >> a bundle. >> let's go down to the corner. >> why don't you come here. >> i'll be back. all right? >> i always think of this, you know, going on at night. here it is broad daylight. >> some locations actually run 24 hours. >> a lot of them are teetering. they know at some point they could get caught. so they're just waiting for it to happen and hoping it doesn't. all right, guys. they saw the camera. they saw a camera again. he's coming back towards me. >> okay. his man is circling the block. be back in a minute. >> we're good. >> all right bro. >> we're good. >> now what happened? >> undercover made the buy.
: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from new jersey rise? mr. frelinghuysen: move to strike the last word. i would like to associate my remarks with those of the ranking member. this amendment would slash even more than we did in our committee, the vehicle technologies program. and this energy efficiency renewable account, there is almost nothing left in the account now. maybe the desire is to put this account out of business, but i think it's unwise. we made the tough choices. we have held our hearings. we have had the input and i would ask those to oppose the amendment. the chair: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the question is on the amendment by the gentleman from georgia. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. the ayes have it. the gentleman from georgia. the gentleman from vermont. jch indiana. pursuant to clause 6 of rule 18, further proceedings on the amendment offered by the gentleman from georgia will be postponed. the gentleman from vermont. mr. welch: thank you, mr. speaker, i have an amendment at the desk. th
. >> this is the country of size of new jersey, can you imagine rockets pounding new jersey city. >> do israelis feel like we have their back? president benjamin netanyahu with a huckabee exclusive. plus, they may be small in stature, but big on talent. back by popular demand. the sleepy band banjo boys. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause]. [applause]. >> thank you, thank you very much. great audience. welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. well, some nut group called freedom from religion has their antenna up because the governor of texas is calling for a day of prayer. now, even though taxpayers aren't paying for any of it, this group is suing to stop it. look, it's one thing to express some cynicism as to whether the timing for a highly public publicized prayer event that the governor wants to run for president. i can't understand why people who don't believe in god are so afraid of it. and saying that prayer is a meaningless and worthless exercise in futility. that'd keep them busy doing something harmless, instead of passing out literature and screaming
: anthat means that florida and new jersey might be impacted. not a lot of jewish americans, 3% of the population, but they do hold sway in florida and new jersey. >> there are three swing states. ohio, florida and new jersey. new jersey has become a little bit more democrat. when i worked for clinton in the '96 election it was florida and new jersey. then it became ohio, florida and a little bit less, new jersey. strong -- a failure of a strong jewish vote for obama could cost him both florida and new jersey. >> bill: dick morris. dickmorris .com. >> you can get the whole poll on my website. >> bill: that is what i just said, dickmorris .com. we live there. >>> is the add true? brit hume has thoughts on that. and then, is casey anthony in daing ferraro shin danger if s released tomorrow? there is growing anger in florida, coming up. [ male announcer ] everywhere your pet goes the frontline plus killing force is there annihilating fleas and ticks. visit completekiller.com and get a coupon for frontline plus. >> bill: republicans already rolling out big-time attack ads against p
. for what purpose does the gentleman from new jersey rise? does the gentleman have a general leave request? >> mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on the further consideration of h.r. 2354 and that i might include tab lar material on the same. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 337 and rule 18, the chair declares the house in the committee of the whole house on the state of the union for further consideration of h.r. 2354. will the gentleman from texas, mr. poe, kindly resume the chair? the chair: the house is in the committee of the whole house on the state of the union for further consideration of h.r. 2354 which the clerk will report by title. the clerk: a bill making appropriations for energy and water development and related agencies for the fiscal year ending september 30, 2012, and for other purposes. the chair: when the committee of the whole house rose on friday, all time for general debate had e
to the chair and not to others in the first or second person. the gentleman from new jersey. mrgarrett: i yield two minutes to the gentleman from georgia, who recognized that if the balanced budget aendment was appropriate back in 1995 with debt reaching $14 trillion how much more so is it relevant to pass today. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. graves: we are at the moment of choosing and we just heard from the former lear of the former majority party that we need to oppose this. but you know, to those in the gallery here today, to those watching on camera, just in a few hours, you will get the opportunity to see behind me on this board every name of every member of congress in how they vote. they will make a choice. they will take their voting card of which you have entrusted us with and make a decision, this nation should balance its budget or not. this isn't so much of cut, cap, balance, but about prosperity or continued high unemoyment. that would be green for prosperity, red for unemployment. this is about accountability and constraints, green, or washington run w
housewives in new jersey do, text too early. and the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this monday, july 25th. a lot going on today. world markets' reaction to the inaction out of washington on the debt. we'll have a live update from london. >>> plus, my evening with jersey housewive, caroline menso. and andy cohen. an evening that ended a few moments ago. we'll have highlights from the bravo clubhouse. >>> let's get to the news at 5:30 a.m. the lead suspect in friday's deadly attacks in norway is set to be arraigned in court later today. a man has claimed responsibility for the shooting at a labor youth camp that killed 93 people. he left a scathing 1,500-page manifesto where he paints himself as a crusader against islam. and eager for a conservative revolution. he rails against multiculturalism. the 32-year-old denies any criminal guilt. calls his actions atrocious but saying, necessary. he's requesting an open hearing to explain the massacre to the public. the prosecutors ask that the court be closed. with more on the story, nbc's jay gray. he is outside of the c
the sketch nabber. why they caught him in the nick of time. thief. they arrested a new jersey man last night, accused casso >>> san francisco police caught their art thief. they arrested a new jersey man accused of ripping off a pricey picasso from a gallery in a union square. how police followed one clue all the way to their suspect. >> yesterday this dashing suspected art thief was in the movies. today he's in custody. >> this is an unbelievable piece of police work by the team at central station. >> police chief gregg sir proud of how his people tracked down mark lugo who gabbed this sketch and took it off the wall at the gallery and calmly walked to a taxi. unfortunately for him, it was captured by security cameras at the restaurant. >> this surveillance video helped us identify the individual. the cab driver helped us locate the area where he was staying. >> which was here at the upscale palamar hotel a few blocks from the gallery. he arrived in town monday from his home in new jersey. lugo who has a drug record was arrested hanging out with friends in napa last night. he's charged w
. >> and under hostile threat. >> this is size of new jersey. 12,000 rockets pounding israeli cities. prime minister netanyahu in a huckabee exclusive. >> plus. they may be small but back by popular demand. sleepep man bango boys. >> and good evening. governor mike huckabee. >> thank you . thank you very much. great audience. welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios from new york city. some nut group called freedom from religion has the antenna up because the governor of texas is calling for a day of prayer. even thope the taxpayers are not paying. this group is suing to stop it. it is one thing to express the cynicism as the timing of a prayer event is a precursor to announcement that the governor is running for president. but i can't understand why people who don't believe in god and hate religion are afraid of it. if they think prayer is a exercise in futility. shouldn't they want believers praying more. that would keep them doing something harmless instead of screaming for pedestrian to repent. i plan to mess them up. i will pray for them. they need the prayers and i need the pract
of the related illnesses, go to wjla.com. >>> 3 people died in a car crash last night in new jersey. at least two or from our area. the car ran off of 295 near philadelphia. it hit a tree and burst into flames. a man from cheverly and another man were killed. a young man was heard and a third person was also hurt. >>> officials say that the brother of afghan president, was shot to death by bodyguards. he was one of the most are for people in southern afghanistan. he had been accused of corruption, but his brother and suspended him. >>>-- defended him. >>> journalists cokie roberts will deliver the eulogy for former first lady betty ford. she will join several others to eulogize mrs. ford at a service tomorrow. >>> top lawmakers will return to the white house today to take another crack at reaching an agreement to raise the debt ceiling. with the default deadline nearly three weeks away there's little sign of bending by republicans or by president obama. he says that he will not sign any short-term extension. >>> starbucks has some new stuff. the fed breaks down how much the recession costs each o
. extremists have also tried to solicit employees to help with physical or cyber attacks. in new jersey man, and suspected out cut a recruit was arrested -- a suspected al qaeda recruit was arrested. >>> turning to the deck showdown, president obama and house speaker boehner are talking about their meeting at the white house yesterday. there was indications that the president would be willing to except in short-term bill. mitch mcconnell is urging the president to join gop leaders in backing a house plan today. >> anyone who has witnessed his reckless spending habits in the last two and a half years or sat across the negotiating table within in the past few weeks can be forgiven for being skeptical over his recent attempts to be a fiscal moderate. >> there 12 days to go until the deadline. they're taking this weekend off. >>> a celebration takes place in manassas. expect heavy traffic near the manassas national battlefield park, especially on route 29 and 234. more than 1000 spectators are expected to mark the anniversary of the civil war's first major land battle. on saturday and sunday, s
purpose does the gentleman from new jersey rise? mr. frelinghuysen: mr. chairman, i rise to oppose the gentlewoman's amendment. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. frelinghuysen: we respect the gentlewoman's effort to protect the interests of her state and district. however, the amendment intervenes in a specific local project by prohibiting funds for a required step in the licensing process. i do not believe this is an appropriate federal role in the process that should be driven by the state and local communities while being carefully evaluated by the nuclear regulatory commission. i therefore must oppose the amendment and urge other members to oppose it well. and i yield back. i'd be happy to yield to the ranking member. mr. visclosky: i'd reluctantly join him in his opposition. the gentlelady from california attempting to do, i appreciate her endeavors here and certainly commit to working with her to make sure that the nuclear regulatory commission is moving forward in a responsible manner on this license application. i appreciate the gentleman for yiel
, democrat of new jersey a member of the budget committee. marcia blackburn is a member of the republican study committee. we'll get her take on the debt talks. then we'll close out this morning's "washington journal" with a segment on the bond rating agencies. we'll be right back with congressman blackburn. >> visit charleston this weekend. on "book tv" author robert rosen on south carolina's secession from the union. as an american history tv on c-span3, charleston, during the american revolution. historian douglas bostic. and throughout the weekend, discover more about the unique history and literary life, plantation life, and the catastrophic 1886 earthquake. "char stone, south carolina" this weekend on c-span2 and c-span3. this weekend on "book tv" on c-span2, from the libertarian freedom fest, matching today's business leaders to their counterparts, and examining obama care. also this weekend on "after wards" the double agent who detonated a 30-pound bomb killing seven c.i.a. agents. also, how teddy roosevelt's life was shaped by his years as a rancher in the badlands of dakota. loo
and going on a great adventure around new jersey for a couple of days. the baboon is fine, just tranquilized there. we'll get into his harrowing story coming up as well. >>> we begin with the casey anthony trial. her fate could be in the hands of the jury later today. six weeks and more than 80 witnesses later, that murder trial is finally wrapping up. abc's yunji de nies is in orlando where the closing arguments are taking down. >> good morning, dan. it all comes down to this. each side has a chance to make their final case for casey anthony before jurors decide between life and death for this young woman. this is it after six long weeks, today is the today the lawyers present final arguments to the jury, arguments that determine casey anthony's future. >> jurors will probably find her responsible for the death of her daughter. but the question is, what do you call it? >> reporter: even if jurors don't believe casey's defense, the burden of proof is on the prosecution, they will hone in on casey's behavior, and lies and argue that casey killed her daughter in cold blood. >> no one but casey
talks to the real house wiebs of new jersey. -- wives of new jersey. -- house wiebs of new jersey. >> -- housewives of new jersey. >> crazy out of her mind. >> reporter: remind you of nem. >> i think mitch mcconnell lost his mind. >> reporter: his plan got bashed by both sides. >> it's called. >> reporter: and the president was compared to a popeye character. >> reminds me of the cartoon character whimpy where he says. >> i will gladly taste you tuesday for a hamburger today. >> reporter: literally a food fight. >> we might as well do it now eat our peas. >> eat our peas like kids. >> i got a big plate of peas and i ate all my peas. and so now it's the president's turn to cut federal spending. >> reporter: boehner says deeing with the democrats is -- dealing with the democrats which is jello. >> it's slippery and slimy. >> if you mix peas in it. >> reporter: never mind the debt ceiling. be glad there's no blood on the ceiling unlike al capone in the untouchables. >> i get nowhere unless the team wins. >> reporter: made a politicians of the debt talks take a back to the budget. je
in new jersey and i'm always looking out the window to catch another scene from the garden state which i think is the greatest state in the union. >> you referred, and i don't remember exactly how you said this, about your mother, and you used the word dago, is that something she was called when she was growing up? >> sure, yes. >> where was she from? >> my mother was the first generation of her family born in america, she was raised -- her parents came over in the 19- teens, all four of my grandparents were immigrants from old europe, from italy on my mother's side and ireland on my fathers side, and which hugely informs my worldview and also my libertarianism. i'll get to that in a second. my mother grew up in and industrial town, waterbury, connecticut, which is a pretty horrifying apparition as well. she grew up in an italian ghetto. she didn't speak english until she went to school. i've looked up my grandfather, nicole leguidi, who i'm named after. the ship manifesto at ellisisland.org, and they noted things that he was from southern italy, he wasn't from northern italy, because as
. quorum call: the presiding officer: the senator from new jersey. mr. menendez: i ask unanimous consent the quorum call be vitiated. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. menendez: mr. president, there are no easy answers to our current dilemma. the majority leader's proposal is the best option we have to overcome the bipartisan impasse. failure to increase the debt limit is not an option. working families can -- can't afford the increased costs associated with default and seniors can't afford not to have their social security payments. in my time as a mayor, as a state legislator, as a member of the house of representatives and now as a senator, i have learned that there are times when one needs to stand and fight and there are other times when one needs to reach a compromise. i'm not comieted about the decisions we are being forced to make, but i think the majority leader has crafted a proposal that can bring the two parties together and avoid economic disaster without destroying medicare, social security and other priorities of working families. and if you compare that to spe
's finally figured that out. that's in "the rewrite." >>> but up next, republicans continue to beg new jersey governor chrissy christie to run for president, but polls show his political star is falling fast. card, i realized i needed an aarp... medicare supplement insurance card, too. medicare is one of the great things about turning 65, but it doesn't cover everything. in fact, it only pays up to 80% of your part b expenses. if you're already on or eligible for medicare, call now to find out how an aarp... medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company, helps cover some of the medical expenses... not paid by medicare part b. that can save you from paying up to thousands of dollars... out of your own pocket. these are the only medicare supplement insurance plans... exclusively endorsed by aarp. when you call now, you'll get this free information kit... with all you need to enroll. put their trust in aarp medicare supplement insurance. plus you'll get this free guide to understanding medicare. the prices are competitive. i can keep my own doctor. and i don't
's in "the rewrite." >>> but up next, republicans continue to beg new jersey governor chris christie to run for president, but polls show his political star is falling fast. [ male announcer ] this is lisa, who tries to stay ahead of her class. morning starts with arthritis pain... that's two pills before the first bell. [ bell rings ] it's time for recess... and more pills. afternoon art starts and so does her knee pain, that's two more pills. almost done, but hang on... her doctor recommended aleve because it can relieve pain all day with just two pills. this is lisa... who switched to aleve and fewer pills for a day free of pain. and get the all day pain relief of aleve in liquid gels. energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy developement comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and responsibly providing decades of cleaner burning energy for our country, drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self contained well systems and using state of the art monitoring technologies, rigorous practices help ensure our op
include yesterday's rains. cockeysville, they have problems in new jersey, they had rain in the southern part. you can see the rain trend as it occurred yesterday. this morning's temperatures. the warmer readings in the 70's still south of us, the cold front as pulling off shore. cooler temperatures, and from the west, mostly in the 60's this morning indicated by the green. baltimore area and the 95 quarter is the dividing line kind of of the temperature change -- corridor is the dividing line. out to the west not much out there. i pressure is coming in. this is what the map -- high pressure is coming in. this is the map for this evening. the high pressure will continue to move through the carolinas and then stalled out. for the week end of the high pressure will be in control and it will not be until early next week, maybe tuesday, until the next front will start coming in and maybe bring us a chance of rain once again. today's forecast, a lot of sunshine. humidity will be dropping. it it will still be warm -- 88- 92 will be the high. a degree above the average high of the season. north
doing a place to channel their anger. in wisconsin, that's how it's worked out. new jersey, you're not wisconsin. when chris christie of new jersey proposed his own union-stripping bill, people who support unions turned out in protests. the labor unions marched, more than once, governor christie did exactly what scott walker did in wisconsin by going after union rights, but in new jersey, the fight did not go the way it did in wisconsin, because the democrats in new jersey did not stand up against chris christie, most did, but they were not united against them. some democrats went along with chris christie on stripping union rights. they said they had to do it in order to protect their other priorities. give a little now, in exchange, chris christie would give in a little for them on something else. so the democrats are in the major in the legislature in both houses, but the democrats in new jersey do what chris christie want anyways, enough vote with republicans to pass the plan. they leave union rights out to dry because they are getting other things they want from governor ch
are they? where are they from? guest: point they are from all over. i spoke to people from new jersey, oregon, alaska, kansas, oklahoma, massachusetts, florida, and every other state in between. a wide range of offices, a lot of local town councils, school boards, county commission, a state legislature. one of the things about doing the historical perspective was to look at people as they progressed in their careers. the 20-year-old elected to the board of education or the person in his early 30's elected to congress from indiana who ended up as vice-president dan quayle. host: our guest has been a free- lance journalist covering real estate and politics in the new york metro area and has worked for different communities including new jersey. inn celock has a bachelor's political science, and a master's from columbia school of journalism. his book is, "next generation: young elected officials and their impact on american politics." we welcome your phone calls for this segment. before that, why do young or younger people run for office? what did you learn? guest: there is no one reason
-173. printed in house report 112-173. does the gentleman from new jersey seek to -- recognition at this time? mr. holt: i do, madam chair, i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will designate the amendment. the clerk: amendment number 12, printed in house report number 112-173, offered by mr. holt of new jersey. the chair: pursuant to house resolution 359, the gentleman from new jersey, mr. holt, and a member opposed each will control five minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from new jersey. mr. holt: thank you, madam chair. for 23 years congress had the benefit of a really excellent organization, the office of technology assessment. the o.t.a. helped congress look at the policy implications of new technologies. then 16 years ago o.t.a. was defunded. when congress turned out the lights, they argued that other organizations would provide what o.t.a. did. think tanks, academy, universities. we now have 16 years of evidence that we have not gotten from these other source what is we got from o.t.a. we need o.t.a. now more than ever and my amendment would shift a mere $2.5
: for what purpose does the gentleman from new jersey rise? >> i reserve a point of order on the gentleman's on the -- on the gentleman's amendment. the chair: the point of order is reserved. the gentleman from iowa. >> this is a simple amendment. it clarifies that the defense suicide prevention programs are a priority and should remain a priority. i'm not alone in my concern for the rate of suicide among our service members and -- on active duty, guard, and reserve components. like some of the rest of you i had that experience in my own constituency in the iowa reserve. the total defense has identified large savings from improved efficiency, totaling up to $5 billion over the next five years. mr. boswell: there is no direction that ensures that the secretary include existing suicide programs as priorities for reinvestment from these savings. this amendment simply clarifies that suicide prevention programs which already exist, have already been authorized, are a priority and will remain a priority. we must do everything in our power to reduce the suicide rates of our men and women in unifo
allocated? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from new jersey has 17 1/2 minutes with an additional hour. and the gentleman from maryland, 51 1/2 minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from new jersey, mr. garrett. mr. garrett: i yield one minute to the the gentlewoman from the gentleman from minnesota. mr. kline: i rise in strong support of h.r. 2560, cut, cap and balance act. the severity of our nation's fiscal crisis cannot be overstated. more than 14 million americans are looking for work. meanwhile federal spending continues at an unprecedented pace with an average of $4 billion added to our country's debt every day. we need to encourage economic growth and investment. instead, leaders on the other side of the aisle are pushing reckless policies, more red tape and taxes to pay for their irresponsible spending spree leaving job creators frozen by uncertainty and fear and risk our future prosperity. at a recent round table, a small business owner told me, quote, the government is out of control, it's too big and i don't like it, closed quote. well, i don't like it either and
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